adump dim;l filename;l row1;i [row2;i ...]
adump dim;l filename;l row1;i comp1;l [row2;i comp2;l ...]

Performs an ASCII dump of the specified rows along the specified dimension. The component indicators must be R or I if one of the dimensions is complex, or RR, RI, IR, or II if both are complex.

pspreview [-n] input-filename [mac-filename [output-filename]]

Converts a PostScript file (for example, one produced by Contour, Seepln, or Vince) into Encapsulated PostScript and adds Macintosh preview information. The -n option tells the program to use the existing bounding box information if it is present in the input file; otherwise the user is asked to select interactively a bounding box for the image. The default mac-filename is the same as the input-filename, with a trailing ".ps" replaced by ".eps". The default output-filename is the same as the input-filename with ".bin" appended. The program runs only on devices that support Display PostScript, such as Silicon Graphics or IBM workstation consoles.

The output file is written in MacBinary format; it can be transmitted to a Macintosh computer, where its name will be taken from the mac-filename parameter, and where it will be suitable for importing by a word-processor or graphics-design program. The screen view of the imported file will be derived only from the low-resolution monochrome preview image, but when it is sent to a printer the full high-resolution PostScript version will appear.

undiag dim;l [sample-file;l] [row;i freq;f] width;i nfinal;i

Performs time-domain diagonal suppression along the specified dimension. The data set must be one- or two-dimensional. If row and freq are given, they indicate a particular row to operate on and the frequency to suppress. Width is the number of points to suppress, centered on the diagonal (or the specified frequency). Nfinal is the expected final number of (complex) points following zerofilling and Fourier transformation.